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CBI steno’s fraud case filed by cops after 3-yr struggle

THE ASIAN AGE. | SHWETA SINGH
Published : Apr 9, 2018, 1:17 am IST
Updated : Apr 9, 2018, 1:17 am IST

The accused asked her to pay him Rs 10 lakh for arranging passport and visa and the victim agreed to pay him.

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
 Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)

New Delhi: A woman stenographer with Central Bureau Of Investigation (CBI) was made to wait for more than three years to file her complaint with Delhi police after she was allegedly duped by a man from Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) of Rs 2 lakh on the pretext that he would send her to Germany for work.

Despite repeated attempts, the police turned down her request and it was only after the court’s  intervention that her complaint was  filed on April 4.

 

Adding insult to the injury, when the complainant approached the  police to lodge a Firt Information Report, the police initially declined. and registered one only after the court intervened.

The victim stated, “I filed a complaint against the cheater at the Tilak Marg police station for necessary legal action, but the police neither has registered the First Information Report nor have investigated the matter despite the fact that a prima facie offence under Sections 419, 420, 384 of IPC is made out against the accused.”

According to the FIR, the accused, identified as  Mudashir Kadif alias Shabbu, resident of Baramullah, and works at Jahangir Continental Hotel, Dal Lake

 

The complainant, who is a resident Sonipat, Haryana and was working at Lodhi road in the CBI in her compliant  that she along with her younger sister and minor son on June 2015 visited Srinagar and stayed at a local hotel where the accused met them. The accused said that he was also employed in sending people to foreign countries on a working visa by arranging jobs in US, Canada and Germany.

He told her that he also  arranged passports and visas. The accused repeatedly asked the complainant whether she was interested in taking up the job of a computer operator in Canada or Germany and she agreed.

The accused asked her to pay him Rs 10 lakh for arranging passport and visa and the victim agreed to pay him.

 

On July 2015, she paid him Rs 20,000 in Srinagar and returned to Delhi and when the accused came to Delhi, he took Rs 70,000 and copies of documents wkth him in July 2015 at Patiala House Court premises.

From July to December 2015, the complainant grew suspicious as theaccused only cited excuses, but demanded more money.

In December, he asked her to come to Srinagar where he asked her to give Rs 1 lakh.

Tags: central bureau of investigation (cbi), fraud case